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The Federal Transit Administration recently accepted two reports from the Transit Advisory Committee for Safety (TRACS) regarding fatigue management and assaults of transit workers.Titled, "Establishing a Fatigue Management Program for the Bus and Rail Industry," the first report identifies the major organizational and behavioral challenges in addressing transit employee fatigue, FTA officials said in a news release. That report recommends components of a successful fatigue management program, such as providing mandatory fatigue awareness training for all safety-sensitive personnel.The other report, titled, "Preventing and Mitigating Transit Worker Assaults in the Bus and Transit Industry," discusses the risks and impediments to a safe workplace and recommends measures to reduce the hazards that enable assaults. FTA will review the recommendations from both reports as it considers possible future action on these safety issues.
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